Held monthly from February through May, the Warren M. Anderson programs feature experts who address major legal and policy issues pending before New York State government.
About Warren M. Anderson
Warren M. Anderson ’40 was a distinguished alumnus of Albany Law School. He served in the New York State Senate for 36 years working with six governors. He was the longest-serving majority leader of the Senate, holding that position from 1973 to 1988.
He was best known for working to bail out New York City from its fiscal crisis in the mid-1970s. He was also responsible for establishing the state’s Tuition Assistance Program which helped fund the education of thousands of New York college students.
- October 20: Gambling and Good Government: A Program Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the Warren M. Anderson Series - Read Remarks by Bennett Liebman; Watch
- May 17: Designing Statutes to Evade Judicial Review: The Future After Texas’ S.B. 8 - Watch
- April 26: New York's New Green Amendment: Mountain or Molehill? - Explainer; Watch
- March 23: Revitalization of the New York State Law Revision Commission - Explainer; Watch
- Feb. 10: Ethics Reform - Watch